First off, in case you missed it, the Detroit Red Wings lost a couple of players over the summer. With over 80 goals and a solid backup net minder leaving the Motor City, and slightly more than $3 million in cap space available to replace them, the Detroit Red Wings waited out most of the summer looking for "close-out deals." Such deals are typically exemplified by slightly-damaged, irregular, or older model products being sold at a huge discount. Purchasing any items of this kind is always a risk. Sometimes, you get what you pay for, which is next to nothing. Other times, you get a lot of value for your money. On very rare occasions, you get something that was improperly priced, a true treasure sold as trash. As we're about near the quarter mark of the season for the Red Wings (Detroit ...
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